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Report from the World Bank.
This Study of Rabbinic Compensation by Gender is undertaken by the Central Conference of...
This research explores what it takes for technology initiatives, specifically in the energy and...
New research from Finsia shows that companies need to make good on their stated commitment to...
Sally Ride, the first American woman in space, died at 61 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
Japanese and Australian Olympic sports governing bodies are under fire after complaints that male athletes flew business class to the London Games, while the women sat in economy seats.
Saudi Arabia says that no Saudi women have qualified for the Olympics, as no female athlete has taken part in the country's qualifying events. Saudi Arabia severely restricts women in public life.
London 2012 will be the first Olympics to which every nation sends a female competitor and in which women are not barred from any sport.
At the Rio+20 conference on sustainable development, female leaders argue that reproductive health links to everything from poverty to food security to climate change and beyond.
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